Water Corporation Talks
Apr20

Water Corporation Talks

On  15th and 16th April  the year 1,2 and 3 students attended talks by Mrs Brown from the Water Corporation. The year 1 students learned about water and their health. The year 2 students learned about the water cycle. The year 3 students learned about the waste water system.

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Earth Hour 2012
Feb23

Earth Hour 2012

The challenges that face our planet are immense, but never underestimate the possibility for change when we face these challenges with true common purpose. Hundreds of millions of people around the globe have given us a glimpse of what is possible. It is now time to go beyond the hour and show what can be done. Jim Leape, Director-General WWF International   Held each year at 8:30pm on the last Saturday in March, Earth Hour is a WWF...

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Family Recycling Challenge
Nov16

Family Recycling Challenge

  Forest Crescent PS successfully held its inaugural “Family Recycling Challenge” as part of last week’s National Recycling Week. 28 students worked with their family or friends,  reusing and recycling materials from around the house to create items suitable for a garden or outdoor area. Items included some scarecrows, some small tables, a wooden planter box, a totem pole, colourful mobiles, several bird feeders and...

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National Recycling Week
Nov16

National Recycling Week

Our students were involved in a  wide range of activities to celebrate National Recycling Week by consolidating the important message of the 3R’s- Reduce, Reuse and Recycle! On Thursday 10th November, the senior classes were treated to a fantastic song and dance routine by the talented year 4’s from Mrs Graves/ Mrs Elborough’s class, informing everyone about the benefits of the 3 R’s. The “Family...

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Keep Australia Beautiful Week
Sep01

Keep Australia Beautiful Week

The year 3 students in room 30 conducted a rubbish survey of our school grounds on Tuesday 23rd August. The rubbish was collected from all areas around the school and then sorted, weighed and counted. Here are the students’ observations: ” The total weight of collected rubbish was 2.1kg (2100g). Most of the rubbish was non-recyclable plastics followed by paper and recyclable plastic. The smallest group was the food scraps....

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